SpaceWalkers Impex Solutions

Export from India to Malaysia,Export from India to Dubai,Export from India to Singapore,Export from India to Canada,Export from India to UnitedStates,Export Agricutural Product News,Export Agricultural products,export agro products india,Export, Exports, Exporters, Import, Imports, Importers,Export from Chennai, Exports from Nagapattinam, Imports from Chennai, Imports from Nagapattinam, Onions,Sugar,Chillies,Maize,Groundnut,Soya Extract,Seseme Seeds,Choclate,Starch,Wheat,Rice

India Exports

Exports from India plunged 60.28 percent over a year earlier to USD 10.36 billion in April 2020 its lowest level since November 2006, mainly due to lower sales of gems & jewelry (-98.74 percent), engineering goods (-64.76 percent), electronic goods (-71.04 percent), petroleum products (66.22 percent), and organic & inorganic chemicals (41.93 percent).

Forecast

Exports in India is expected to be 18500.00 USD Million by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate Exports in India to stand at 30600.00 in 12 months time. In the long-term, the India Exports is projected to trend around 25900.00 USD Million in 2021 and 29900.00 USD Million in 2022, according to our econometric models.

Import News

Thailand Imports Grow More than Expected
Imports to Thailand soared 47.92 percent year-on-year in August 2021, above market forecasts of a 40.35 percent gain and after a 45.94 percent growth in the prior month, supported by robust domestic demand in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
New Zealand Imports Hit Fresh Record High
Imports to New Zealand jumped 38.4 percent from a year earlier to a record high of NZD 6,495 million in July of 2021 led by a rise in imports of vehicles, parts, and accessories, up NZD 415 million. Other commodities to rise included mechanical machinery and equipment (up NZD 223 million), and petroleum and petrol products (up NZD 207 million). The country contributing the most to the increase in vehicles, parts, and accessories was Japan, up NZD 165 million. This was followed by the European Union, up NZD 64 million.
New Zealand Imports Jump 34.7% to Record High
Imports to New Zealand jumped 34.7 percent from a year earlier to a record high of NZD 6156 million in July of 2021. The largest contributor to this rise was vehicles, parts, and accessories, up NZD 555 million to NZD 919 million. This large increase in vehicle imports is partly due to July 2020 having the lowest value of imports of vehicles for any July month in the past decade. In July 2021 the top trading partner for vehicles was Japan at NZD 276 million, a rise of NZD 151 million compared with July 2020. Second to Japan was the EU at NZD 206 million, a rise of NZD 129 million. There were also large rises in petroleum and products, up NZD 399 million to NZD 570 million. In part this was due to July 2020 seeing the lowest value of imports of petroleum and products (NZD 166 million) since November 2003. Combined, the rise in imports of vehicles and petroleum totalled NZD 953 million, making up 60 percent of the total rise in imports for July 2021.
Thailand Imports Grow More than Estimated
Imports to Thailand expanded 45.95 percent year-on-year to USD 22.47 billion in July 2021, above market forecasts of a 43 percent gain and after a 53.75 percent jump in the prior month, supported by robust domestic demand in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again. From the January to July period, arrivals increased by 28.7%.
Thailand Imports Grow More than Estimated
Imports to Thailand expanded 53.75 percent year-on-year to USD 22.75 billion in June 2021, well above market forecasts of a 46.3 percent gain and after a 63.54 percent jump in the prior month, supported by robust domestic demand in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
Thailand Imports Surge 63.54% YoY
Imports to Thailand soared 63.54 percent year-on-year to USD 22.26 billion in May 2021, easily surpassing market expectations of a 53.65 percent gain and following a 29.79 percent rise in the previous month, as domestic demand accelerated in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Considering the January to May period, arrivals soared 21.62 percent from the same period of 2020. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
Thailand Import Growth Strengthens
Imports to Thailand rose by 20.79 percent year-on-year to USD 21.25 billion in April 2021, compared with market expectations of a 25.1 percent surge and following a 14.12 percent rise in the previous month, as domestic demand accelerated in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
Thailand Imports Beat Forecasts
Imports to Thailand increased by 14.12 percent year-on-year to USD 23.51 billion n March 2021, exceeding market expectations of a 5.95 percent gain and after a 21.99 percent jump in the prior month, as a recovery in domestic demand accelerated in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
Thailand Imports Rebound More than Estimated
Imports to Thailand soared 22 percent year-on-year to USD 20,212 million in February 2021, compared with market expectations of an 11.15 percent gain, amid strengthening domestic demand in the aftermath of the COVID-19 disruption. Many of the materials Thailand imports are assembled into completed goods and shipped out again.
New Zealand Imports Edge Down
Imports from New Zealand decreased 1.1 percent over a year earlier to NZD 4.3 billion in February of 2021, continuing to recover from disruptions to global supply chains and delays at New Zealand ports. Purchases were mainly nudged by vehicles, parts & accessories, up NZD 135 million or 24 percent. In contrast, imports of crude oil sank by NZD 201 million or 80 percent. By origin, purchases from China increased by NZD 336 million to NZD 1.1 billion, whereas those from the USA were down NZD 142 million to NZD 359 million.